XRP Is Not A Security, Lawyer Claims With Explanation

XRP Is Not A Security, Lawyer Claims With Explanation

While the end of the prolonged XRP lawsuit case with the United States (US) Securities Exchange and Commission (SEC) is still very much uncertain, on April 9, a partner at the law firm of Hogan & Hogan and a lawyer took to his Twitter with a series of tweets to oppose the SEC claims on […]

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